Black Muslims in US fear they could be disportionately impacted by coronavirus

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Title

Black Muslims in US fear they could be disportionately impacted by coronavirus

Author

Taylor, Vanessa

Language

English

Publication Date

20200407

Primary Classification

9.1

Secondary Classification

9.1; 21.1; 1.2

Primary keywords

communicable diseases [pri]; public health [pri]; social discrimination [pri]

Secondary keywords

African Americans; Blacks; health care delivery; health disparities; racism

Subject

United States

Subject

Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative; Muslim Wellness Foundation; National Black Muslim Covid Coalition

Subject

coronavirus; COVID-19; Islamophobia; pandemics

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Collection

Citation

“Black Muslims in US fear they could be disportionately impacted by coronavirus,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed October 28, 2020, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/38265.